It is possible to replace a broken spoke at home. Here’s our guide.
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Broken spokes don’t happen very often, but, when they do it’s easy to think of replacing them as an expensive job, a time-consuming job, or both. If you’re feeling up to it, and your wheel isn’t too specialist or too deep, you may well be able to do this job at home.
Here’s our quick guide. Have you ever done this job at home? Let us know down in the comments.
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